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Parry Sound 276 Rankin Lake Rd, Seguin, ON P2A 0B2 West Parry Sound District
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Things to SeeO & Do
Island Queen - Experience the unbelievable beauty of this
remote 30,000 islands region of Georgian Bay with a trip aboard the 550 passenger Island Queen. Sail past glacier-sculpted islands and windswept forests. The ship has large viewing windows and observation decks; don’t forget your camera Enjoy either a 2-hour morning inner island cruise or a 3-hour afternoon outer island wilderness cruise. Cruises are daily from June 1 through Thanksgiving Monday from town dock. Admission is charged. We sell tickets here at the KOA for the same price.
Parry Sound ATV District Club - Come on out the
2nd Tuesday of every month and enjoy some down home camaraderie Swap stories, make friends and plan upcoming events, including the famous ATV Spring Jam held every end of April. Participate in a ride almost every month of the year. More info at psatv.ca
West Parry Sound District Museum - Explore the rich
and varied history of the Parry Sound area at this amazing museum Wander the galleries, view the exhibits (new ones every two months!), picnic in the park, enjoy the gardens and climb to the top of the 96-foot observation tower for breathtaking views. Open daily 9 am to 7 pm July and August, then September 1 through June 30, Tuesday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm, Saturday 10 am to 2 pm. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children, lookout tower climb is FREE. wpsdm.com
Canada Day - in Parry Sound, visit the waterfront to
celebrate Canada’s Birthday. Enjoy the Fireworks display over Georgian Bay at dusk. See parrysoundchamber.ca for schedule of events.
Aspen Valley Wildlife Sanctuary - Visit this safe and caring
place for injured and orphaned wildlife and see how the dedicated staff helps over 1,000 animals each year. Rehabilitation and return to the wild is the goal, but some animals live here permanently. See birds, raccoons, bears, deer, beavers and more. Open to the public only on long weekends or by appointment. Admission is by donation of money, blankets, sheets or dog food. Located just outside of Rosseau, off of Muskoka Rd 3 on Crawford St. aspenvalleywildlifesanctuary.com
Sports Basketball • Playgrounds Badminton • Volleyball Mini Golf ($) • Trampoline Ladder Ball • Disc Golf Horseshoes • Soccer Ping-Pong • Heated Pool Canoe Rentals ($) Games to Sign out at Office Page 2
Bobby rr Hall of Fame - Celebrate Bobby Orr’s outstanding
hockey career! Learn about his fearlessness on the ice and how he changed the game. Visit the Trophy Room and the Coaches Corner; test your skills and knowledge in the interactive exhibits. Open daily 9 am to 5 pm from Canada D’eh to Labour Day, 9 am to 5 pm, Wednesday through Saturday, spring and fall. Admission is charged. Ask about 2 for 1 tickets available at the KOA front desk. Located in Parry Sound at the waterfront. bobbyorrhalloffame.com
Trails - The region offers a trail for every season and every outdoor experience such as biking, hiking, ATVing, horseback riding, Nordic skiing, and snowmobiling. The backbone of the system is the Park- to-Park Trail, a regional initiative to create an east-west link through the districts of Parry Sound, Muskoka and Haliburton County. Connecting Killbear Provincial Park to Algonquin Provincial Park, this 230-kilometre length of trail is a destination for all trail enthusiasts. A celebrated feature of the Park-to-Park Trail is the Precambrian geology of the Canadian Shield. The trail cuts laterally across the southern extent of the Shield exposing the glacially scarred granite bedrock. A multi-use trail system that will link area attractions, services, amenities and other trail networks such as the Trans Canada Trail will be produced. This will then provide a seamless trail system encompassing, snowmobile routes, community trails historic colonization and logging roads, former rail beds, new links and some secondary roads. For a more urban yet natural experience, a waterfront fitness trail in the Town of Parry Sound links public beaches and boat launches with restaurants and marinas, the Charles W. Stockey Centre for the Performing Arts / Bobby Orr Hall of Fame and the Museum on Tower Hill. For info click parktoparktrail.com Santa’s Village -…Visit Santa’s summer retreat, where kids are elves for a day See Santa’s farm and feed the deer, ride the Candy Cane Express train, enjoy carnival rides and meet with Santa and Mrs. Claus Located in Bracebridge; 30 miles southeast of Parry Sound. Open Daily 10 am to 6 pm from mid June to Labour Day and the first weekend in September. Admission is charged. Ask for coupons at the KOA front desk. santasvillage.ca
Fire/Ambulance/Police: 911 Poison Control: 800-268-9017 West Parry Sound Hospital, 6 Albert St.
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276 Rankin Lake Road, Seguin, ON P2A 0B2
Everything we have for a great stay • Cabins – 1 and 2 room • NEW Deluxe Cabins (Lodges), fully equipped • 35-Foot Rental Unit, fully equipped • Large pull thrus • 15, 30 and 50 amp service • Wireless Internet available FREE (Wi-Fi) • Wooded, secluded and open sites • Electric and water serviced RV and tent sites • Mobile pump-outs and dump station • Wagon rides • Clean washrooms and hot showers • Heated pool, trampoline and mini golf ($) • Laundry room • Grocery store, Canadian boutique • Candy, ice cream and bait • Firewood (delivery included) and ice • Recreation hall • Planned activities • Themed weekends — NEW (check website for details) • Golf courses nearby • 2 sandy beaches and free boat launch nearby • 30,000 Islands Cruise tickets (available at front desk; same price as at dock)
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For Your Safety & Comfort Please help us provide an enjoyable experience for all of our camping guests by observing the following rules and procedures: Check-out Time is 11 am. If you wish to extend your stay & we hope you do, please re-register by 10 am. A late departure time can be arranged for a nominal fee. Both are subject to availability. Quiet Hours are from 11 pm to 8 am. Please be considerate of your fellow campers. Alcoholic beverages must be kept at your site.
Pets Welcome But please observe proper pet etiquette, including: leashes no longer than 6 feet; poop ’n scoop; do not leave pets unattended. See trails at the back of the campground for the dog walk or “Kamp K9” on the site map (see page 4 in this guide) for the leash-free zone. Visitors must register at office for security and insurance reasons, before entering the Campground. A fee is required. Visitors: please park at the front office and leave the premises by 10 pm. For an extra car, a fee may apply. Speed Limit in our Campground is 10 KPH. This is strictly enforced. Please drive carefully as children are playing.
Swimming Pool -…NO lifeguard on duty; swim at your own risk; rules posted
at pool; open daily 10 am to 9 pm.
Children must be accompanied by an adult/guardian when using the washrooms, pool, trampoline and playgrounds. Recycling - Please recycle cans, glass, plastics and paper. Please separate at dumpster area. Liquor and beer empties are accepted (in a separate blue box) and are donated to KOA Care Camps cancer camp for children. Fires are never to be left unattended. Extinguish fires before bedtime or leaving. Grills are available at the office with a deposit.
trash in the fire rings please. This is unsightly and invites wildlife into the Campground.
Absolutely taking of wood or brush out of the forest. Our trees are precious and beautiful, and they are for all of us to enjoy. NO outside wood please. A recent insect infestation could endanger our healthy northern forests. Wood may be purchased at the store.
No Rope Clotheslines are permitted, due to their posing a danger to children at nighttime.
Washrooms are closed at posted times for cleaning. Please observe these times, as we are cleaning for you. Please do not wash dishes or clothes in restroom sinks. Camper sink is available for dishes ONLY.
NO RV or car washing on the grounds, as we use well water and can’t waste it.
Please NO electric bug zappers, generators, refrigerators or electric BBQs at any time.
NO ATV, motorbike or bicycle riding after dark. Insurance and ownership
is required in order to ride anywhere — no exceptions. Motorbikes are to be pushed to the trails edge and then started. Upon return, they are to be pushed to your site. ATVs/Motorbikes are to go directly to and from the trails and are NOT to be ridden around the Campground.
Management assumes no responsibility for accidents, damages, theft or injury from any cause. Page 3
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Please help prevent the spread of the Emerald Ash Bore — PLEASE NO outside firewood.
NO GARBAGE IN FIRE PITS.
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Your Summer Entertainment Centre Come see Bobby Orr’s memorabilia and test your skills at the games in air conditioned comfort. Or see a concert, maybe even a free one, at the Stockey Centre. For details on all our offerings see bobbyorrhalloffame.com 9 stockeycentre.com
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2 Bay Street, Parry Sound 705-746-4466
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Many guests at Parry Sound KOA enjoy the expansive trails attached to the park. Drive Safe and respect other users, private property and nature! Trail Links and Connections
The Park-To-Park Trail is made up of a patchwork of already existing or once established trail systems. The 230 km route connects a variety of community trails, historic colonization roads, former rail beds, logging roads, snowmobile trails, informal trails, new links, and where necessary secondary roadways or cottage roads. Accordingly, the trail is classed as a multi-use system with certain areas highlighted to best suit individual trail activities. The Trans Canada Trail and the Seguin Recreational Trail are very important links in the Park-To-Park Trail, essentially providing the spine for the route. The Park-To-Park Trail provides linkages and connections to other formal trail systems in other districts.
Thanks for Escaping to the Parry Sound KOA
Our “yellow shirts” will ensure your trip is full of “forever memories,” so don’t hesitate to stop one of us if there is anything you need. Enjoy your stay with us and may your path lead to our door again ... hopefully sooner than later.
Safe Journey . . .
Your Parry Sound KOA team
THE WHITFIELD Oastler Lake Resort Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner On-Site & Off-Site Catering 312 Ostler Park Drive Parry Sound, ON P2A 2W8
705-378-2277 Open Daily at 11 am www.thewhitfield.net
Georgian Rocks An Inukshuk is a human-like figure made of stacked stones. The Inuit used these as a marker to find their way when traveling.
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